Lucy Wolfe, Ireland’s leading sleep expert, introduces the stay-and-support method for parents who want to help their babies sleep through the night.
With sleep-shaping supports for newborns, top tips for toddlers, and advice for older children up to the age of six, Lucy’s approach provides a gentle and emotionally considerate way to get your little one to sleep – without leaving them alone to cry, ensuring they feel loved, safe and secure at all times.
To date, this 98% effective method has helped over 4,000 parents, with most reporting improvements within the first seven days of introducing the recommendations.
Now it’s your turn!
The Baby Sleep Solution will help you:
- Discover the issues that prevent your baby from sleeping through the night
- Tailor your own personal routine to suit your child’s temperament
- Deal with real-life disruptions such as balancing feeding and sleep, landing the nap, returning to work, holidays, daycare, sickness and teething
- Develop good sleep habits that will last your baby a lifetime
The Baby Sleep Solution provides all the support needed for both baby and you to get what everyone needs – a good night’s sleep!
Lucy Wolfe is a paediatric sleep consultant and mum of four children. She is the head of Sleep Matters, where she has many years’ experience and a proven track record in helping babies and children learn to sleep more soundly. She has completed extensive training, certification and continuous professional development with the Gentle Sleep Program (USA), with further studies in Child Sleep Consultancy, Postnatal Depression and Child Nutrition, accredited by the OCN (UK). She has specific training and certification for children aged four to five months, with continued studies in Parent Mentoring and Relationship Studies (UCC). She is the former European Director of the Association of Professional Sleep Consultants and a member of the International Association of Child Sleep Consultants.
Lucy is a regular contributor to RTÉ and TV3 television shows on the subject of sleep, as well as various radio shows and print and online publications including the Irish Independent, Mums and Tots, Maternity and Infant and Mummypages.ie.
For more information visit www.sleepmatters.ie.